Jordan Daniels

PhD Student

jordan [dot] leah [dot] daniels [at] emory [dot] edu
Sixth Year PhD

Areas of Specialization: Continental Philosophy, German Idealism, Critical Theory

Area of Competence: Feminist Philosophy, Aesthetics, Social and Political Philosophy

Education

PhD student, Emory University, Department of Philosophy, expected 2019

Dissertation: Figurations of Nature in Kant and Adorno; director: Prof. Dilek Huseyinzadegan

MA, The New School for Social Research, Department of Philosophy, 2011

MA Thesis: Culture and Nihilism in Hegel: Dear Little Rameau” in the Phenomenology of Spirit; director: Prof. Jay M. Bernstein

BA, Eugene Lang College, The New School, Department of Philosophy, 2009

Teaching Experience

Emory University

Instructor – Philosophy of Human Nature, Spring 2018
Instructor – Introduction to Feminist  Philosophy, Fall 2017                  Instructor – Philosophy and Literature, Spring 2016
Instructor – Basic Problems in Philosophy, Fall 2015

Co-teacher  – Logic, Spring 2015
Teaching Assistant – 19th and 20th Century Philosophy, Fall 2014

Dowling College

Instructor – Introduction to Philosophy, Fall 2012
Instructor –  Ancient Philosophy, Fall 2012

The New School/Parsons The New School for Design

Teaching Assistant – Dark Worlds: Noir in Context, Spring 2011
Teaching Assistant – Introduction to Visual Culture, Spring 2011